SUBFAMILYSILVANINAE, Kirby, 1837

Peck, Stewart B., 2016, The beetles of the Lesser Antilles (Insecta, Coleoptera): diversity and distributions, Insecta Mundi 2016 (460), pp. 1-360: 130-132

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5182961

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SUBFAMILYSILVANINAE
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SUBFAMILYSILVANINAE  

Ahasverus advena (Waltl)   1834: 169 ( Cryptophagus   ); Champion 1898: 407 ( Cathartus   ); Grouvelle 1902: 764; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421; Thomas 1993: 32; Halstead 1993: 161; Perez-Gelabert 2008: 107. Distribution. Antigua * (M. C. Thomas det.), Cuba, Mona, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico. USA (FL); widespread Neotropics, cosmopolitan; widespread New World. Notes. The foreign grain beetle. On moldy stored products. Daltry 2009: 66 reports an undetermined species on St. Lucia, and other undetermined specimens are from Bequia*, Dominica *, Martinique*, Mustique*, St. Vincent *, and Union*. Plate 31.

Ahasverus delauneyi (Grouvelle and Raffray)   1912: 300 ( Cathartus   ); Grouvelle 1912: 383; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421 ( Ahasverus   ); Halstead 1993: 158. Distribution. Guadeloupe; singleisland endemic.

Ahasverus humeralis (Grouvelle and Raffray)   1912: 301 ( Cathartus   ); Grouvelle 1912: 383   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421 ( Cathartus   )   ; Halstead 1993: 158. Distribution. Guadeloupe (type locality)   ; St. Thomas   ; Lesser Antillesendemic.

Ahasverus plagiatus Grouvelle 1912: 375   : Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421; Valentine and Ivie 2005: 277. Distribution. Guadeloupe, Guana, St. Thomas. Lesser Antillesendemic.

Cathartosilvanus opaculus (LeConte)   1854b: 78 ( Silvanus   ); Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421 ( Ahasverus   ); Thomas 1993: 28; Halstead 1993: 168; Turnbowand Thomas 2008: 51; Thomaset al. 2013: 44. = Silvanus trivialis Grouvelle 1878: 75   , 1902: 764 of Guadeloupe; Champion 1898: 406; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421; Halstead 1973: 84 ( Cathartosilvanus   ). Distribution. Antigua * (M. C. Thomas det.), Bahamas, Caymans, Cuba, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Hispaniola, Jamaica, St. Croix, St. Vincent. USA (FL, AZ, CA), Mexico   , Central America   south to Trinidad, Brazil and Bolivia; widespread New World. Notes. Associated with various plant products but not of economic importance. Daltry 2009: 66 lists an undetermined species from St. Lucia.

Cathartus quadricollis (Guérin-Méneville)   1829-1844: 198 ( Silvanus   ); Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 390; Champion 1898: 406; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421; Thomas 1993: 35; Halstead 1993: 158; Valentine and Ivie 2005: 278; Ivieet al. 2008b: 249; Turnbowand Thomas 2008: 51; Thomaset al. 2013: 44. = Cathartus cassiae Reiche 1854: 78   ; Champion 1898: 407 of St. Vincent. = Cathartus gemellatus (Jacquelin du Val)   1857: 104 ( Sylvanus   ); Fleutiauxand Sallé 1890: 390 of Guadeloupe; Champion 1898: 407 of Grenada. Distribution. Bahamas, Barbados, Caymans, Cuba, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guana, Montserrat, Puerto Rico, St. Vincent. USA (AL-FL); widespread Neotropics; cosmopolitan; widespread New World. Notes. The square necked grain beetle. Astored products pest. Daltry 2009: 66 lists an undetermined species from St. Lucia. Plate 31.

Monanusconcinnulus (Walker)   1858: 207 ( Monotoma   ); Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421; Miskimenand Bond 1970: 84; Thomas 1993: 31; Halstead 1993: 137; Turnbowand Thomas 2008: 51; Thomaset al. 2013: 44. = Silvanus signatus Frauenfeld 1867: 438   ; Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 390 of Guadeloupe. = Silvanus fasciatus Frauenfeld 1867: 438   ; Champion 1898: 406 of St. Vincent and of Grenada. Distribution. Antigua * (M. C. Thomas det.), Bahamas, Barbados, Caymans, Cuba, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Mustique, PuertoRico, St. Barthélemy *, St. Croix, St. Lucia *, St. Vincent, Union* (M. C. Thomas det.). USA (FL); widespread Neotropics, Mexico   to Panama; introduced to New World; introduced to the Lesser Antilles; cosmopolitan. Notes. In moldy plant wastes; distributed by commerce. Plate 31.

Nausibius clavicornis (Kugelann)   1794: 511 ( Cucujus   ); Champion 1898: 407; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421; Halstead 1980: 347, 1993: 148; Thomas 1993: 16. = Nausibius dentatus Marsham 1802: 108   ; Fleutiauxand Sallé 1890: 390 of Guadeloupe. Distribution. Bequia*, Cuba, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Hispaniola, Martinique*, Puerto Rico, St. Vincent. Mexico   to Argentina, widespread Neotropics; cosmopolitan; widespread New World. Notes. Astored products pest.

[ Oryzaephilus acuminatus Halstead 1980: 309   . Distribution. No explicit the Lesser Antilles records. USA (FL); cosmopolitan. Notes. In stored products. Plate 31.]

[ Oryzaephilus mercator (Fauvel)   1889: 132 ( Silvanus   ); Halstead 1993: 145. Distribution. Cuba?; no explicit the Lesser Antilles records; cosmopolitan. Notes. The merchant grain beetle. In stored products. Plate 31.]

Oryzaephilus surinamensis   (L.) 1758: 357 ( Dermestes   ); Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 389; Blackwelder 1944- 1957: 421; Miskimenand Bond 1970: 84; Halstead 1993: 140; Perez-Gelabert 2008: 107. Distribution. Barbados, Cuba, Guadeloupe, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, St. Croix. USA; widespread Neotropics, Mexico   to Argentina; cosmopolitan; widespread New World. Notes. The saw-toothed grain beetle. A stored products pest. Plate 31.

Platamus dufaui Grouvelle 1902: 761   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 422. Distribution. Guadeloupe; single island endemic.

Silvanopropus scuticollis (Walker) 1859: 53 ( Silvanus   ); Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421; Thomas 1993: 30; Halstead 1993: 183 ( Silvanoprus   ); Ivie et al. 2008b: 249; Thomas et al. 2013: 44. = Silvanus triangularis Reitter 1876a: 56   , 60; Champion 1898: 406; Grouvelle 1902: 764 of Guadeloupe. Distribution. Antigua *, Barbados, Caymans, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Montserrat, Mustique*, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, St. Kitts * (M. C. Thomas det.), St. Lucia * (M. C. Thomas det.), St. Vincent. USA (OK-WV-FL); Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad, French Guiana, Brazil; introduced to New World, cosmopolitan; introduced to the Lesser Antilles. Notes. Frequent at lights and in piles of plant debris; on occasion in agricultural products; introduced by commerce. Plate 31.

Silvanops angulicollis (Reitter)   1878a: 194 ( Silvanus   ); Champion 1898: 407; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 420; Halstead 1973: 40. Grenada. Guatemala, Colombia; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

Silvanus proximus Grouvelle 1904: 183   ; Halstead 1973: 61, 1993: 182; Thomas 1993: 25. = Silvanus planatus Germar 1824: 466   ; Fleutiauxand Sallé 1890: 390 of Guadeloupe; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 420; Halstead 1973: 64 of Guadeloupe, likely a misidentification of Silvanus proximus   . = Silvanus unidentatus (Olivier)   1790b: 9; Champion 1898: 405 of Grenada?; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 421 of Grenada?; Halstead 1973: 65, likely a misidentification. Distribution. Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Thomas; from Mexico   to Brazil; introduced to Neotropics, native to and widespread in Africa; introduced to the Lesser Antilles. Notes. Occasionally in stored products; also at lights and in forest litter. Plate 31 (of Silvanus planatus   ).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Silvanidae

Loc

SUBFAMILYSILVANINAE

Peck, Stewart B. 2016
2016
Loc

Oryzaephilus acuminatus

Halstead 1980: 309
1980
Loc

Ahasverus plagiatus

Grouvelle 1912: 375
1912
Loc

Silvanoprus

Reitter 1911
1911
Loc

Platamus dufaui

Grouvelle 1902: 761
1902
Loc

Ahasverus

Des Gozis 1881
1881
Loc

Silvanus trivialis

Grouvelle 1878: 75
1878
Loc

Silvanus triangularis

Reitter 1876: 56
1876
Loc

Silvanus

Latreille 1804
1804
Loc

Silvanus

Latreille 1804
1804
Loc

Silvanus

Latreille 1804
1804